Cannabis users will need to be particularly cautious about keeping edible forms of the soon-to-be-legal drug away from their pets, says a Regina veterinarian. Read More.
Ever wonder why, despite the heroic efforts of a few doctors, Health Canada, the Canadian Medical Association, provincial medical associations, and local health authorities, are still miles away from accepting cannabis as a medicine? Here’s a brief history that sheds a little light on ignorance, 21st Century Style. The Golden Age Although cannabis is an …
Canada – and Canadian companies are “at the front of the line” in the burgeoning cannabis sector – but will face pressure to maintain their leadership role in the new space, say a top investor in the sector. Read More.
P.E.I.’s Official Opposition wants to know why there wasn’t a competitive bid process and no public tenders for which companies the government will buy cannabis from once it’s legalized. Read More.
OTTAWA — Municipalities will have to grapple with a host of thorny issues once recreational cannabis is legalized in Canada — but it’s the matter of home-grown marijuana plants that’s expected to cause them the biggest headaches. Read More.
Canadian and U.S. marijuana stocks are riding high on news that President Donald Trump will support congressional efforts to protect states that have legalized cannabis, which is illegal south of the border under federal law. Read More.
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The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has overturned a provincial human rights board decision that said an injured man’s legally prescribed medical marijuana must be covered by his union insurance plan, marking a significant setback for cannabis advocates. Read More.
TORONTO — At a gallery in Toronto’s west end, people sip champagne, dine on canapes and listen to a panel discussion on mindfulness; the product they are here to fete is nowhere to be found, but brand elements are peppered everywhere, including mugs held by the panellists. Read More.
Albertans can expect to see increased rates of injury — including impaired driving, burns and child poisonings — after recreational cannabis becomes legal, suggests a new report from the University of Alberta. Read More.